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Jose Raul Capablanca vs W E Hardy
Simul, 16b (1909) (exhibition), Lincoln, NE USA, Jan-29
Spanish Game: Classical Variation (C64)  ·  0-1
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Nov-19-15
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  TheFocus: From a simultaneous exhibition in Lincoln, Nebraska on December 3, 1909.

Capablanca scored +18=0-1.

Nov-19-15
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  MissScarlett: <From a simultaneous exhibition in Lincoln, Nebraska on December 3, 1909.>

Information at the top and bottom of the screen indicate this game was played on the 21st January, 1909. Evidence for which is here: http://en.chessbase.com/post/che-hi...

http://www.newspapers.com/clip/8880...

http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?...

If slavish copying is your thing, you'd be better advised relying on me and not Caparros. With Skinner & Verhoeven, at least, you were on more solid ground.

Nov-19-15
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  TheFocus: Well <Miss Scarlett>, I'll keep posting. You keep up with the corrections.
Nov-19-15
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  TheFocus: <Miss Scarlett> <If slavish copying is your thing, you'd be better advised relying on me and not Caparros. With Skinner & Verhoeven, at least, you were on more solid ground.>

Skinner was much better sourced. Why is there not a great book about Capablanca?

Nov-19-15
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  MissScarlett: Still waiting on a great book about Fischer, too.
Nov-19-15
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  TheFocus: <MissScarlett> <Still waiting on a great book about Fischer, too.>

I'm working on that one. But research is expensive if I have to travel.

Nov-20-15
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  TheFocus: <Miss Scarlett> <If slavish copying is your thing, you'd be better advised relying on me and not Caparros. With Skinner & Verhoeven, at least, you were on more solid ground.>

Actually, my dates come from Hooper and Brandreth, not Caparros.

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